Paper “A Methodological Approach to Privacy by Design within the Context of Lifelogging Technologies” Has been published in the Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal. The paper can be accessed at the journal website.
Paper “Privacy, Risk, Anonymization and Data Sharing in the Internet of Health Things” has been published in the Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law & Policy journal. The paper can be accessed at the journal website. This paper explores a specific risk-mitigation strategy to reduce privacy concerns in the Internet of Health Things (IoHT): data anonymization. […]
Our coordinator, Dr. Francisco Florez-Revuelta presented our work carried out on visual privacy preservation in a panel on “The Internet of Health Things: applications, benefits, and challenges” at the CPDP2020 Conference on Data Protection and Artificial Intelligence, organised in Brussels by our Swedish partner, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute, Stockholm University.
The PAAL project organised a workshop on privacy-aware and acceptable lifelogging services for older and frail people at the AAL Forum 2019, held in Aarhus, Denmark. After introductions about lifelogging technologies, legal and regulatory challenges, and perceived benefits and barriers of lifelogging solutions; the participants (with different expertise) had very interesting discussions, which outcomes will […]
In August 2019, the paper “A review on video-based active and assisted living technologies for automated lifelogging” was published in the Expert Systems with Applications journal. The paper can be accessed at the journal website. Providing support for ageing and frail populations to extend their personal autonomy is desirable for their well-being as it is […]
In May 2019, the paper “Bare necessities? How the need for care modulates the acceptance of ambient assisted living technologies” was published in the “Journal of Medical Informatics”. The paper can be accessed at the journal website. Background Steadily increasing numbers of older people and people in need of care represent critical challenges for today’s society. […]
Participation in the meeting of the EIP on AHA Action Group D4: Age-friendly buildings, cities and environments
Francisco Florez-Revuelta, from University of Alicante, has participated in the meeting of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) Action Group D4: Age-friendly buildings, cities and environments, which has taken place in Krakow, Poland, on 9-10 May 2019. The meeting focused on the recent developments in the field of active and healthy […]
Participation at the 6th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health
Some members of the RWTH Aachen University team in the PAAL Consortium presented some outcomes of the PAAL project at the 6th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health (ICT4AWE 2019), which took place in Heraklion, Greece, on 2-4 May 2019. Julia Offermann-van Heek presented the paper “Guidelines for Integrating Social […]
A workshop entitled “Towards privacy-aware and acceptable lifelogging services for older and frail people” proposed by the PAAL Consortium has been selected to be part of the official programme of the AAL Forum 2019. The AAL Forum will take place in Aarhus, Denmark, on 23-25 September 2019. Summary Lifelogging technologies may enable and motivate individuals to […]
On the 4th April 2019 Francisco Flórez-Revuelta participated in a round table about research on digital accessibility at the University of Alicante. This round table was part of the Workshop on Entrepreneurship and Research on Digital Accessibility (Jornada en Emprendimiento e Investigación en Accesibilidad Digital), organised by the University of Alicante and the Spanish Vodafone […]